It is because the Caucasian believes in Him that he lives in fear and dies in fear.
It may last for a time separated from truth, but it dies its life, not lives it.
No fear but what Isaac will do well in the world and be a rich man before he dies.
"But if my Lady Rackrent dies, there's an end of all jointure," says Jason.
Bewulf dies, and Wiglaf bitterly reproaches his companions for their cowardice.
It isn't of any consequence how or where or when any one of us dies: the train must keep right on.
I like it best when they dies forgiving of everybody and singing hymns to the last.
So, 'soon as it was any use, we come up here—they reckon he'll come to before he dies.
As soon as one weeps, as soon as one dies, they are mixed up in it.
As for him,' he thought of Nikita—'it's all the same to him whether he lives or dies.